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VOL. %- .. ' - ■ - .■ ^ ■' _ _ _ X L > -■• ■ • ‘ ^ t o H im a itd S im W # em ito T l i ^ th a t B U a n p B w ly in ;the th e y ia g y fb llo :# N EW L O N P P y , C O N y ., TH U R SD A Y /A UG U ST 15, 1867* WX. Arf0CKIW3HA1l, NaMeb. .....Monralk. ........... »<|wlBptota. BlW.TOiS h Sb.......... .............JTorwUh A .a CWMBT,____;................... .BodnrlUe. «aO.«UCK.....................................PBtaaa. WinhMHiHc, few iU TO ii.« r WMt ] Lcttyr-- BAMnXAI HlJMOir, lUttfot^ ■aOBCTABT : SXV. it. H. PRATT, Vast Woodctock. OONSTITIJTIOV OF TUB OONKECTICli¥ TBVFBIl AKCB UKtON. PUBLIC ACTS PASSED MAT SBSSION, 1867. CBAFTEK IV. ^ A « t ill addition to * An Aet eoneeniiaf Com naaitiM and Corporat'ons.” BeitenaeUdby Che Senate and Honie of Repre- MBtativM in Qcnofil Aaaemblj eoBvta^: Sac.-1. Whenever anjr uoneyi known u the t e f to d . ihall not 1m needed for the pnrpoees de> ■olbad' in ‘SfletM «ne hvndted and tw«nty*fiMr, C^hnter. III. Title VII, of the Osneral Statntea, Che may heated for tWordinaiy e x ^ » e ol' thtf t o ^ ,'^ »Tlded, nil dMMiei egwwed by th* ae-iaii^ f tg few l^ vMtft or jeani; ^ j w or yean, aMfir 1 1 ^ be laidU ,to tiWMSiT'wom ttie t f N W r / t o w n any ■nney wr n|oneyf, alread|y paM into «»id^araiy from the dog fond for the payment of the aforesaid dsmages. g*c 2, Seetion onc haodi«‘l and twentjr-Are of the aet to wlilchthls is in addition is hereby re A m u t . TUaontavfaatlon ahaU te calledTnk iflsr CoinnonoaTTBii«*sH»Uiaox.aiiziUaiytothe Ma I Approved, May Win, low. JoMaTempeiaivpeSbcMyaadahall be eompoaed of I •ndi peiaone as shall contribnte not less than one f doUarMwrnliytoitofluAs and ahaU hare signed the „ Th?irabw£!?&Assodattoni»lodge An Act rela»ngtofevin|; Banks and Saving So tMMBdves to abstain w M y from thenseo^tn- UMdsaflngllinoreas B beverage. AmemuS. Tbeobject ofthe Unkmehall be to pro-g S S s S S ^ I i ^ S g g s S S S - - Aynma^ oOeers of (heSociety ahallbe PreaMBnt, eight ^ce Preddents, aBecretaiy foreo deties. Be it enaeted by the Senate and Home ofRepre- ■entatives in Geneml Assembly convened: Sbc 1 The saving banks of this State are here* months at any one time. . . . That all loans mad« by any »H n g s^ r t sn bM ^ it to the ftrst d.y of January, A D., 18W, an Bueentire Committee, to be made np of the 6or-1 niton which'intere 4 has been ts^ n in advance, for be legal a i^ ^ M - . Approved, May 29th, 188B* and of tfz other members. 8w The eight Tice Presidents ahall be | ehoasB lN * the vniloBS cennttea of the Slate, one be. nraMBCtedlhimeadiooanty. The Sncntfve Cmn. dntee ahall be auideu of persons living withta eon ysMlgnt distance of ttereddenceor theCorrnqpond i ! S ^ ^ !M to 5 3 r a S U * 5 iS S iS ± 2 S s |.. an Suentive Cosimitto9> who ahall oraaent a I Be it enacted by the S^n*te ami Hrase of Repre* written t q ^ ^ o T O ^ doings atcadiannnal meeting I aentatlves in General Ainembly onnvened: Mi:ilmli be eiapaswHid to E l teavdnrQyany va. I See. 1. In all eriminal trials for offenoes pbnisha-aifdea o gw In ^.BoajPdrfOflcers. (hie «y death, the judge holding the court before Iwhidithe trisi ia to be had, sbaU eaU to his asrts- «hu«hen aadommgatlims ol « f the Sarease Court of Errors or the semoi jud iimch the Bible I of^iie Superior Court ahall prerid upon said tri . JwileBtoi*aal*a-|eiid have » easting vote upon all qneitlons to be Uoaa austain to the ChjavAes^vpifonadeaomlna I dee'ded bv the ennrt. ^ Sbc. 2. Thisaclsball takeeffeetupon the rising I of the General Aas^mbly and to much of tte twen - ttal eountenance of ail the rdigious denomliiatlana In I ■y>”* g ^ ^Ppof **'?*'”* *o^urts,” .lie State and ^pnl^^advpeaqy of their mlnlatiy, I as is ineonsisfent herewith I« hereby repealed. . B ahUl be the 4atv ofthe‘ B“E ecntlve Appror^dt Miy 29dif ■ nuwMttBf to encourage the fotmatlon of local aujdll* uiea Ineveiy piirt<ff aieSta(i%'wUdishallbe com* joaed ot peraonasrtm havetakmithe.pledgeoftbM tbatfMwe. and wUch ahau aid the Unioa^jseeuiiw Ae «o I An aet eoneefni"g°h^mlw^^^ of the of toaapoance pubUcatkwa, by lectu*re^^ b»y« th«e »en^fBoTcne I TownofMiddleield. aunt of law, oy ^jVS ai^to .---t-h--e- -a--t^--p--n--a-s-l-o--n- -o--f- t-h--eiBeitenaeted by theSenateand House of Repre senUtivesin Jeneial Ameinbly convened. incorpora-andheiv-lOT. ■Hn-fTadnaeday fn laaaaiy, at aadl a m e e ah| age. Out Kmoa^Oommlttee ahitt 5 “ “ *1 app roved. May Slst, 18W. Be iihdl have power to diinge the time for* K r S eK « c u a v e Coasmlttee shaUmake torasoneyintha name ofthe Union, snSjS^SwflMids actually In the treasury. Anmis IS. Tfals Constttuflon may be altered or iinended at any annual meeting, by a vtrte oTcwo-hlrdaorOe members p r ^ t . Allcoatcibutions Cor the Union ahouM be sent to BABEICLA HUDSON. Hartford. W BW LOBiOOIV C O VW T Y T E H ■> iB B A lV C E U N IO N . LIST OF OFFICERS. I<ebanon. Lyme. Griswold. Norwidi. HON. WM. H. STARR^ New London, vica r a B s im m s , RB\r.B.8.V<)HRB. - - RBV. 0«BBAINCRn. . > • > - P WTWIPKPW- - UOBABOA BHitKLBR . - SXaOCTfVB OOnUTTBB, CH4PTBR Till. An Aet i i addition to an Aet entitled “An Aet eoneeming Crimes and Punishments.” Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Kepre> sentntives in General Assembly eonvened. Sbc. I Whenever any poUee court or justice of the peae^.diall hind over for trial before the Supe* rior court, any person eh«nred with crimlnri off--nee <*r whenever an appaal shall be taken to the Superior eourtfrom any jadgment of a pol'ce eonrt or justice of the peace, convictin<r the appellant of any eriminal offenoe, sueh police eonrt-or snebjustiee of the peaee, riiall within ten days thereafter^ transmit to th« clerk of sueh Superior court, or to the attorn^ for the State, for the county where the proeeeut<on shall have been had, copies of the files and record in sueh case; and shall enter upon the saoM tbe name of all persons who. shall have nonncn testified on the trial of such case, with their place lo f rsridenee ao far as ia known to him. designating Bteningion. | ^ witnewes offered on behalt of the prose ration, and those for the defence. OTAPfBRXm. Au Act aflMadiag tha Aet entitled "An Aet for the Asscfsment and Colle»tion of Taxes ” Be it enaeted by the :^nnte and House (rf.Repre-senUtirM in General Aasemblv eonvened. Sac. I. Whenever the General Assembly shall arant a V" t o ^ levied pipon the inhab&ints of the State, it shall be laid upon the general '1st of the State faMt made and p o l l e d in lhaaeveial towns, and the selectmen of such towns shaD cause the gfoas amount of the tax due therefbm to he paiifinto the treaaunr of the State oa or before the twentieth day of Mareh next ensuing the impod* tibii of sueh tax, wiihout any abatemfeht or dedne* tton. - .«B0. 2. T!>e ifty seventh action of theaet enti-tied “An Aet for the Aaaessment and CoUection.of Ai^v^i June fithnm. lajiiidftioa'toMAet ^ A ^ t ^ Anessmeai and Colleetion o: Tu m .” ■ Be it enaeted by the Senate and House ofB^re^ fentativM in Oeneril Assembly convened, llia t the thirty fifth seeiion Msaid «rfc be amend ed - by insering after tbe word; *'sbail,” in the tenth line “deduct soeh indebiedners firom the personal noperty only of sueh debtor and.’* Approved, June 6th, 1866. OBtmBXZm. e um a x x x iv . jAaAct fa addition to^AnAct eoneemlagidnea- An Act in alteration o f‘'An Aet rAthw ta 8alaB«B tion.” I . and Fees. Be It en a c ts^ the ^ a t e and House of Represen- jBeltenartedby the8caat«aHdHea*aaf tatlvea la 4SeaemlAsaariMy convened. i tatlves m G em l Aseemb.y eoaven^ districts under ^ sutnte ^841, forming a union diatrict, and any atlw sdwoldlBiii«*ta coBtNlitlna bv the enumeration tet precedltig, not less than six hundred b iC w ^ thettiree'oMbur and aixteen eoAnEB XV An Aet in addition to and in alteration of **An Act o onoeming Education.” Be it enacted by tbe Senate and House of Repre resentatives in General Assembly convened. Sbc. I. That in all cases where the elerk of any schoul district has heretofon sin ed a notice for annuni or special school meetings, l>y order of the district committee, instead of the committee personally, the acts and doings of snch district meetings shall not for such reason be invalid, but the sam> shall be and are hereby ratified and confirmed. 2. This act shall not affect any suit now pending. Sbc. 3. This aet shall t«ke effect on and after tbe day of its passage. Approved, June 6th, 1867. caAvTBB :icyi. An Act in alteration of “Au Act concer ning Com munitics and Corporations ” Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofBepn sentatives in General Assembly convened. 8bc. 1. That every railroad ci^mpany In this State which ha» heretofore placed UMn its cars and continue to keep the same on with the approbation of tbe railroad commissioners, the device or mef h-anism known as the “Expansion Safety Bridge,” or any other similar deviee shall be deemed to have complied wifh the act entit.ed “An Aet in addition to an aet concerning Railroads,” passed at the May Session, A. D., 1866, and approved June twenty aeeond. A, D., 1866. and shall not be liable to any of the penalties in said act provided. I^c* 2. All acta an 1 parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This act sh Ii take e^ect from its passage. Approved, June 6;h, 1867. CHATTMMXtU An Act niating to Edacation. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives i i General Assembly eonvened - By the formation of any new school d^trict, no existing district shall be so reduced as to contain lem than forty penons between the ages of four and " A f^n^v^nne 6lh, 18R7. A L. SHIPMAN, Jewettbity. i ceding seetion.no costs shall ba taxed in favor of C.P8D1CT aN ermwLSSoawiSdvoRa.U ! I 1^*®-*- ----A or jurtlee of the-- -p-e--a-e-e- KCV L S LIVlCKMOSie. Oieenmsnvnie. | Ap^ved May 3ist, 1867. OOBBBeKOaiHirs SBOBBTABT .REV.L.'B. LIVBRMOBB.Myatie Bridge. TBBASVBBB, Ct PRINCB, New London. CONSTITIJnOK. AssocMion CHiinBR IX. An Aet eoneerning Holidays. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Kepresen-tatives in Oenersl Assembly convened: AanoLBl. This Association shall be called the I I* That the twenty second day of February New London Oaanty Temperance Union and shall I in each year shall le considered a legal holiday, 9e auxiliary to tbe Tesspmnce Union of Connecti-1 and the provisions of the third section of the title ^ _______ _ ................ ..... . . ^ IXLV, of the aet eoneerning promissory notes and avecthrowi>fCbetramcIn them for sadi pwpoaes. AsnoLBg. TheoaoersoftheUalaneliairconslBt C ARBBZVin. An Ae* in addition t) “An Act for the regulatio i of Civil Aoions.” Be it enaeted by the and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened* Sec. 1. In all actions of trespass and treipass on the ease, tried in the superior court, in wh<ch the title to property of any k>nd, the right of way, or the right to the um of woter is in anestion, nnd the damage recovered ^ball not exeeed fifty dollars, ir the court shall find th«t the value of s.'id property, or right exceeds fifty dol'ars, the plaintiff shall n* cover full cost. ^ Sbc. 2. In all actions of trover tried in the supe rior court, in which the value of the property shall exeeed fifty dollars, and the same shall be retarned alter tae action is brought and the damage recovered by the plaintiff shau nnt exceed fifty dollars the plaintiff shall recover full costs. Sbc. 3. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repMl d. Approved June fkh, 1867. chlldnn^ -------. - ----------------------- years, may at am ^ iu d meeting upon dua notlca. airct by naflot, t ^ , atz, nine or twe^e male residenta ofthe dis- ^ ^ » 1S S S S t e a f lS iS S 2*.flS dames, hoillM afleeoBe, two and three yean re* sp^vely; aod'that at every auba^uaat annual elMiM. ona, ^ three or C>u.memben ofthe e o ^ t ^ , M the «snmaybe,8ballbe«leeteaby haOlot fbra term of three years. : fikOwS. ThaeommittMaoelaete4»hanhavealltha Igjrers <”<£p” faf|)''^*^tbedntt ®^8W. C B A R X B Z X IV . An Act In altemtfon of “An Act entitled An Act concerning Crimea and Punishments.” Be It enacted by the Senate and House ofBeiwesen tatives in Genenl Aescmbly convened, tao. 1. All acta and parta of acta providing for either the *eixnn and deatmntlon of any Millard table or tables, or for the punishment of the owners and keepers of such tablea when the same aro i>oc used foi the purpose of gaining, be, and the same an henhyrepealed. Sic. X. That section one hnndri!d and fifty five of the aet to which sameishereb; Approved, Approved Jana S0th,18vr. oBAvnaxxxv, N UM B gB 8 » **BLE88 n iS N AM B .*^ Tha fo llow liifhM b eM s lOBf io tlM |« n y e rm M liB g o T 1 M i i i l s% i K<k 7,1. O. O. T . : Gono 7« that IoT» the Lofd, IH0y Gome yethat love the Lovd;^ ttwine*a ‘■'y‘■i-wnsr! __ each town whenaacb addlUewwa sam^ban telnetnded In the abstract of th«ll«tan> I 8wne time hM peal mmj, turned to tbe comptroller of pBbllcaeeoiSiaT eth section of said aet. An>roved June »th , 188T. o u n n x x x v t . An Art In addttion to An Aet enthled »An Aetftw I the toUementofBstatea, Test»te.btesti^]S j09O|T6Bf* i Belt enacted by tha Senate and Housu af Benmen. tatives in General Aafembly conventd: That whenever in at Skwe I bqpm to pnj, IlofethelMdtodqr, hkisltoaiMi^MHi his I lore the Lord to-daj, MewhiiafM Hegsremeflmtd a tt, what I „ Iw e e , HegAYe me lint to aee^ wtal 1 wm. He gmre me llm to see my gnOl n d viMqr, ABtTtben he «ec me Ueae hto iMOMv And then he let me ftee, Man M MM CBATVBB XXV. tcMate catMe a jd In common ^ 3 *tlie teorten^ I Mw aM ----------— amw devieees, the court of probate may makrlaJUsadfa. I ^ COmpiBlOBeSiy, tribntton of such proj^rty to the sevenl persons in- ” * * h ^ s in d oM ^M That no creater amount of Indebtedness shall be said court *" I J<aaa makes me |^hd^ hisw hiiaMMV editeted from the any p e^n. thM the a ^ ions of law relating to the distribution of I n t e ^ Messhlsmms^ sneesssse wd >Tisa lrnoen otfn t«htee pdr.o perty for which the Indebted-1 esaaitdatperso, pa«hi itlyl .t e Bbinnt dIif.n-Tgn o^n all pe>raanslntsscatedia I R l t Jeam maL«hd.lifaaehki 1mii " S S S 3 mases mogM ^ BWSS M il Approved, June 95th. 18CT. by the aHon af said d i s ^ b ^ , ot b r a » % ^ ofthe mrtwf probatein rehitioa >hmto;haawy app^^to the uperior court aa In other eases ofap- CHAPTUB XXVI. T H E O R P H A N A S T L m An Act in addition to “An Act concerning Bduca-1 c o ^ may grant the pinper relief, tion.” ApproredJnne98Jh.lm.. Be It enacted by tbe Senate and Houae of Representatives in Oeneral Assembly convened. Sbc. 1. That the State Board of Sducatlon la hereby authorised to have printed and distributed, uniform blank reguten. to be kept In the public school of such foim as may be prescribed by said board. S b c . 9. Theexp-nse of printing and distributing rach blanks, shall be paid by the treasurer. Approved June S5tb, 1867. YABIXTIBS. I T t e Okhhab’b B bbab This is the Maw That lies iB the thatJaekbirilL CBArTBB xxvn. There now remain nndispoaed of 1,455,- Rvmsblubs • ^ ,0 0 0 actes of public tnds of the United ~ ^ States. TaKe a slice. I These are the Ra*s That aire eatiBg th» anll^ for a new'lMby. " | lies in the hoilse that Jack b tft An editor o^ Wrat hu married a by | TnmnAvoB: This is the Cat ThatJskOHnfftherali^ That aie eatinc the malt. That lies m the feowe that Jaek ham. An Act for the Protection of Fish In the ColnmbU I the name of Chnrch. He sajTS he haa tn~ ■Resemdr. I Joyed more happiness aiwc^ he the I b t t eT « ta h i. ISI. V O m . That eveiy^rson who. prior to tnefirst dayof l The Horse Bi^boad from'Hartford to punished by a fine not exceed nr seven dollan for I the stocl^ or therabottts, has alreadT beSD I Thia la tho Doa every enchoffenc-, one half to him who ahall prose-I.niMcrilwd I ^ cute and the other half to the treasurer of the town. Hial Is 1^0 ltylil« lla cal^ Approved, Jniwsoth, 1887. | A regimental encampment o f foor dqp’ I ' Thftl Is hUQi^Bthii ial% . continaance wOl b e ^ at Nolrwidi on t ^ | ^ cBAnni xxnu. 13d of next month. An Act to confim «frt^t»^n«»nvmraiM<a« C m m m : This la the Ctev, with cnnplsd hom That Is tosiiag thedc^^ 'rhat is wwiyiflK the eat^ T h a t l s k n ^ ^ n t s , That are e i ^ Hm That Ues in the hoose that JadE hoill. C aA P TK B X IX . An Act in addition to **An Act concerning tbe „ .. . . . . . . . Domestic Relations.” *' -Belt enacted by the^Senate and House of Repre- ^ to eimply with the .rnnslons of the p r^ sentatives in General Assembly convened. Tliat whenever any marri<‘d woman, being the owner of property, real or personal, and naving a husband without the means of providing for her support, shall by reason of idiocy, lunacy, a ^ . 3faPnaldent, Vice Presidents, a Oorre»ondlng floeretary, wboshall alao be Treasurer, andan Bx-i caAiTBBx. lsacga ttlvscsnOtoamrymshltatie eaffive.ofwChhiAatlihmeaOao. rreniondI- lA. n A.c.t . in al,t eration of an A.ct entitled “ An Act jLatsiuA. rae aMmban of tUs association I concerning Linds.*’ itraacted hy the Senate and House of Represen Aavscui. Farther conditl^ of mmbenhip I S ir? granta and deeds of bargain and^ sal,e shall be the payamnt of fifty conU. annually, for the I and other eon veyauees of huid belonging to the Oe-treaaury oCthe Union, and algning the Constltn-1 dar Hill Cemetery, set apart for sepulchral purpo-tlo^ ^ I «es shall be recorded at length m the records of P« lands in the town of Hartfoi^ whether said land situated in Hartford or in the town of Wethers-stlMir jronsmlrnr ilaj nfthti attnth I tweatsetb seetioi of the act of which this is an al- ABno.B7. The Union Shall hold ouiirterlycon-1 ^ •<> constraed as to require said /satlaaa,aad Car theeo and other meettngsof •helffiaats, daedaore*mveyanees to be reeordied in the oeisty, K ehall be the duty of the Corresponding I tosm of Wethersfield, bu: in every other respect Oeentejto armg^ ^ I said deeds, grants and converanees shall lie record- ^ iS 2 S r a ^ • a S n «% ? “^ v ^ J n ’^ y '^ '^ r f the provUions of said twentieth wotttoisaf<imme«Oerei»rcsent.__________ [ &k.2. Thisaet shaU take effect from iU pam- Harbor Bead Totol Abstinence Society. )6th, 1867. OOcen fisrthe tusrter aaOIng Octobtt SSnd, l<wr. WILE3AM MBBKKR,—President. THOSl McCLUNIB.—Vice President. JaMBS BOTD,—Secretary. JOraPH TINKBR,—Treasarer. BBNS ALABR LBSTER,~eondactor. CUAFTBB XI. An Aet in alteration of **An Act eoneerning Banks.” Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent tatives in O neral Asaembly convened : %EC. i . That aeetion two inndred and seventy- I fs a laM ^ Wjsdawdav evsrtag at tiw School I seven, TitU Vll, ChiH>tcr VII., of “An Act eon Horn at Y o dock, P. M. Yialton are invited to at* ( eening Commuaitit S and Corporations,” be and the same b hereby repealed. 1 Sac. 2. This act shall take effect from the day 'T V B STATE TEMPERANCE JOURNAL of its passage. X . I Apywed June 6th, J86T. I8THBONLT T E M P E R A N O K P A P E R PUnaSHBDIN C O N N B C T I C U T , AXDU UBOBD BTBRT T H U H S D A T , al dw Iwaiaiaar T v o B ^ lto ra sickness, or any other cause, be ineapabb ofjoinmg in any contract for the sale or conveyance of her property, tb.- court of probate in the districtte whieh she resides, may on the application of her husoand, or of the selectmen of the town where she belongs, empower her husband or some otbei meet person to sell and convey all or any portion of sa id ^ p e r ty ; said husband or other person giving first bond with surety to the judge of probate and his sneeessor in office, with the condition that no part of the proceeds of such sale shall be used fur any other purpose than the support and comfort of such married woman. Approved June 6th, 1867. OHAFTBB X X . An Aet in alteration of “ A j Act concerning Education-” Be it enacted by the :ienate and House of Aepre-rejentatives in General Asscmblj^onvened, Sbc. 1. That no acts or pr.iceedings of any school district in this State heretofore made or passed at a meeting o said school district duly warned, shall be held invalid for the reason that duplicate copy of a«id warning has not been left with the o'erk of said district as now reqai.ed by law. Sbc 2. This aH shall not affect any snit now pending. Sec. 3. Tliis aet shall take effect from its passage. Approved. June 6th, I8S7, « e It ecacted by the Senate and House of Represea* ^ ^ . tatives In O.tueral Assembly convened. . I sm^ beginnings the cmnmwi SChooll<tf the Szo.1. AU asslenments or other conveyuicesor M ^ attained, stops short witift—**hat "***'♦ I i* i8 hardly worth while to dweh qpon this to the prolusions of the fifth diaiSr of title tw e« tleS lj^® ® * » * * ,^ * * '^ ^ * ‘^®^PP®“ *® • ofthe Genera) Statutes, but sttested by no witness I Democratie’ legidatnFe, w e shall doahllHS Approved Jnne 851b. 1867. • Haiinpden Ptofc Nine thonsnnd do&OT hare been offered in premlnms fat tidily Classes of horses. ClIATTEB XXIX. An Act in addition to an Act entitled “ An Act for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes.^ Cten Sheridan has removed Gov. Throdt^ | . . . . , morton of Texas, and appointed Edward M. utfv2J^'GJJ4 t*A^2J?bSS?;^ formerly of Cbnnecticnt, in his iriaoe. Sbc. 1. That whenever the asaessora In any town I Forty deaths from cholera occnned in I have idled or nedecM to lod«re their assessment I Memp^ last week, lists and abstract fa the (dfice of the town cleA of ^ ^ „ snch t o i^ on or hefrare the fifteenth day of Decem-1 The Rhode Idand SjH'agaes are Sidd to| lcdg(id.Mieh Msement shall not on that account be I The Chassepot rifle, the favorite arm <^l ■>«.'«>«> "Sec««l bjr . bewyod«d in aceoidance With ihe provlrions Of the I I^rosslan army commission. SBC. t^ThStS^ftnoteflfect any suit now pend- mxiety fs felt in Frusshl for the | Approved J:ru„n-e- Magnns, Minister Best- S B ih . 1 8 6 7 . I i n I j j e ^Ity of Merica That are m m « the cow with the pledhon. That ia tMsfaw the dog. That hi the ^ Thi^ is kflBng ^ rata, That are e a ^ the malt. That Use hi the hoose that Jaai hani. OinniKAibs: These am the IfiN an taftored and tofD, Thsf titters ofmaidensiiB-JMoni^ That am milking the cow with • enoBpled That la taash« the dog, T h a lk ^ b n ^ & i^ M t H a lls UUHBglienta, That am eating tte iMlt, That hea in the house that Jack hoot. cHAmaxBx. I Howe, the sewing-macbinist, it Is sidd, is I ... t ___ An Act in addltton to “An Act tor the regulation of enough to offer 1100,000 in gold '''"“ ^ ■ ■ O ' ^ ^ - ClvUAcUons.” afam ons trotting horse o f Paris. A 1 ^ “t t f l S f n o S i i f a s s ^ ' g ' . s s r . ? g e r fool » ft» « to »B at tlMt priw. u ^ the aame, any building or siructnrp, whicli .C«Don, which has an agreeable smell ot a U l Impairthe value q the hind or buUdlngB of any | qoinces and prodnces insensiblUtv in lass adla ent p^rierpr, with Intent to ii.jure such ad- than a mionte J ^ t proprietor for all damages thus surtiiined by rainnxe. tt«eJatt.r.toberee.veredlnaproper action on the The proprietors of the tower on Talcott Sbo. s. Courts of equity shall have Jrjlidiction to iMonntain have mounted a splendid new td- T^anw a s^ t t e o l j ^ o f Sao. s. Tbis act shalf take effect ftom and after I hotel on M t Holyoke, forty-five luit***” ***’ "hall not affect any snit now pend-1 distant can be readily j the trees Approved June 28tb, 18OT. ™ ^ . ........... -These am the scom» That am robbing the men all tattered and torn, Tbe fiUhm o i maidens aBfvHdon^' That am mtlUngtha cow with the cffm-pledhom. That is tossing the dog ' That Is worrying the cai^ That is kilHng the rata. That are eirtiqg the mi^ That Uea hi the house that Jadt hoilL ^ m / e r t id e Meko. CHAFTBBXXXI. An Act in addition to “ \n Act concerning Crimes and Punishments.’' Beltemrtedby tlwSenate and House of Repreaen- I Hartford runs every foir mominir from the t^tivea in Oenenl Assembly convened. United Stetes HoteL n«“15 somuch of the forty eiglith section of Title Z n of the Revised Statutes as enacta that the of imprisonment in the Connecticut State on Bonnd Top in the Catskills, at a ^iataiM»« of seventy miles, are plainly vIsiUe; and, eveiy buUding in Hartford can be ieadi|y J Few army o ttem have mom er beH« distinguished. Sixty persons visited the stories teld of themrthan Ctasnl A. Jl tower lately In one dav. The stage frnn I Smith w, aahe waa cidM —««"g hia mb. **Oaenilla Smith.” On one oocasiaB he wassQQghtoutbysseeesh t n m o iW b - I sisslppi, who COBHlitol e i l ^ e new buildfaig^of the Stanley rule and I depm*^ona4he * V M i ” had e o v e lH sd m m a s law fane jp o ilo r a per aaaam finr a Ik B iO i; Fumttmm, LONDON. Com. CBknBB XII. An Art in alteration o t‘'Aa Aet in addition to an, Aet eonesrning Highways and Bridges.” Be it saaetad by th# Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly eonvened: Sec. L 1-hatseetioa third o f e h ^ i LXXXIV, of tha Publfe Acts passed Hay s m i o i , A. D., 1806 be amended bys’riking out tbs word * damsges” fhNB (he second line, and inserting in place thereof the word **beaelts.” Sbc. 2. This aet sihall taka effeetfhim the day of ittnawigt ^ Jaas fth, 1867. CHAPTBB xxt. An Act in addition to “An Act concerning Bduca-tion.” Be it enacted by the Senate and House of BeiHresen-tatives in General Asaembly convened. Itshall be tbe du y of the rommittee of every sdiool district toglve totbe acting school visitor or vuitore wi.'bse duty It la to visit the fcbotd orscLoola of said dl'>iricti notice of the date of the commenca-men and clo»e of each sdwol term, within one week of said coinmencement. and at least four wedn before said close, respectively; and no district school shall be certified to have been kept according to law, wbleh, by reaaouofthe n^tlect to give such notice, anall iati to be visited ^ the actiu scnool visliorOTvlslton.as by taw p rovided. App roved, June 6ih, 1867. OHAnBBXXn. An Act legalizfaig the dolnxs of the Board of Relief In cert iln School Oiatrictii. Be it enaeted by the Senate and House of Represen-totives inameral Assembly convened. Sao. 1. Thit in all cases wheTO the assesson and aelectmen in a town have actetl as a board ofrellef in any sdiool district ofs^id t>wn. and have raised ihe assessment of any proper^ ia said district without ^Iviag the ho'ice reqiured by law to the owner thereof, said assessmsnt shall not for tbit 2“ !®* J*®. d««®«d invilld, bnt the same Is hereby dedared legal ind valid in the same manner as if aald nottce had been given. Bw.S. Tnis aet slull not affect any action now pending. Approved June Sth, 1867. - - - ■ saa- t'sav X^VIIAIW%IVIIK OHHO Iff i ^ ^ --- ^ --■ - _ ___ SSi level worto at Kew Britidn are n e ^ com | his hen-roost The CkncndliatsMdmmlr SSXlfshSb^re^eSS. to Sbo *. This act shall takeeffect firom and afterits ^ company Im lately contracted for 178,- “ How do yoa know it was my heva who *“AOTwed JnuefiStb 1891 ? r axe.,helve sUcks, to stole yow chickena ' Je delivered, from North Carolina, resdyl» I *^In course I knows it was them. Afc-> tummg. yoa ^ ^ The Es8t Hartford Agricultural Clidi wHI ^ ^ piettiest fowl ym’ll flid ia eld will liold Its annual fair on the 24th, iSth Mississippi, and now them atal iMiihMaR m and 26th of next month. I doxen left,” ^ ^ } “A doaen left!—that settles Hf Toll Tbe astronomers announce thst on the I must look somewhem dm for your ronea; 21st of August the planet Jnpitw will b^hadhasBttalhieipea,th0viMMld pew without bis satellites. Three ot them I have made aelsem nnemJ” will then be passing across tbe planet’s <nsk) At another Ume the tlwinral took It and tlw other will be immersed in Its shad I hhi head to wderthat the wimeaa. ele.. ha* ow. The apparent absence of moons wffli longing to the dIflBmiit fDiiiB6l i e i no». last more than two hoars. This disap-1 cosunaiid, shoiddhavopainlsd ottthsmiaaM poraM of Jopiter*s satellites haa here-1 emblem or faiaignht by which eadHwlmnl tofore been only twice recorded in the his-1 could distingnisb its own. Tha cotaM cL ' tory of cdestial phenomena. , I one ol them I'^hnenits^ ahaid<pi^eieB t^ Petroleum hi bound a^ii» to liae—both in I wells and fai value. Experiment in the matter of use as a substitute for coal has demon-steated three fiMSts: that petroleum has the advantage in requiring the least room for stows^; *hat the heat derived from to consumption Is much greater and more rw i^ , and that it can be ftinddied at a less coss— i ^ m arguments so strong for an advance hinifce I Uiatforn^yapo?rma.,wefear,theKS ----------- ----- Age of tallow candle-ism must tpiedBy m-1 A w—s»wn CHAPTBB X X X n . An Act in addition to “An Act conceruing Communities and Corporations.” Be It enaeled hy. the Senate and Honse of Represent tatives in Cteaeral Aeaembiy convened. That the selectmen of any town be and they are hereby empowered to erect or leai>e a suitable build-toi; or apartmento within the Umita of their respec- -®P’ where persons awafting trial 6r examination before a magiatrate for i>ffencea committed within' the Umitaw the towc^ may bo wndaed mii il they shall be dischanred or committed to tbe county Jail of tne county. ~ Approved. June asth, 1867. caAnxB xxxnt. An Act In addition to and in i Iteration of “An Act . concerning Xdncatlon.” Be It erddM l^ ^ Senate and House of Reprasen-tetlves (p^hineral Assembly convened. n r or BuUnc an hla rseotd, tha acts aad dolim of sadi district shiiSW for sMhieason beiavah? bat the same Shan be aad aro hereby ratlfifd and e lafinaed. Shd. a,Thls aet shall not a iM aaysaltaaw had not adeplad aqr ha%Rvha h a fii tte Oenamlwonldbe kind tovrnSm I one. The Cteasf al promptty e eam la iV saybig: “If Iwwgoing ons, aad was auioaa that I no dodht aa to which 1 ItheemliiemlaMdia s r s s f s w ' , This art Shall tike eflbct on aad after tha
|Title||State temperance journal, 1867-08-15|
|Uniform Title||State temperance journal (New London, Conn.)|
|Subject||Temperance -- Connecticut -- Newspapers; Temperance -- Rhode Island -- Newspapers; New London (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1866)-v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 26, 1867); Notes: Published by C.D. Rice, Sept. 6, 1866-1867; "Official organ of all the Temperance organizations of Connecticut."; Issues for Dec. 5-26, 1867 called also: Whole no. 101-104; Contains numbering inconsistencies; Published at the same office as: New London chronicle|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.N7 T46|
|Relation||Succeeding title: State temperance journal and home visitor; Other relationship: New London chronicle|
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|Title-Alternative||Connecticut state temperance journal|
|CONTENTdm file name||9702.cpd|
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SXV. it. H. PRATT, Vast Woodctock.
OONSTITIJTIOV OF TUB OONKECTICli¥
TBVFBIl AKCB UKtON.
PASSED MAT SBSSION, 1867.
^ A « t ill addition to * An Aet eoneeniiaf Com
naaitiM and Corporat'ons.”
BeitenaeUdby Che Senate and Honie of Repre-
MBtativM in Qcnofil Aaaemblj eoBvta^:
Sac.-1. Whenever anjr uoneyi known u the
t e f to d . ihall not 1m needed for the pnrpoees de>
■olbad' in ‘SfletM «ne hvndted and tw«nty*fiMr,
C^hnter. III. Title VII, of the Osneral Statntea,
Che may heated for tWordinaiy e x ^ » e ol'
thtf t o ^ ,'^ »Tlded, nil dMMiei egwwed by th* ae-iaii^
f tg few l^ vMtft or jeani;
^ j w or yean, aMfir 1 1 ^ be laidU
,to tiWMSiT'wom ttie t f N W r / t o w n any
■nney wr n|oneyf, alread|y paM into «»id^araiy
from the dog fond for the payment of the aforesaid
g*c 2, Seetion onc haodi«‘l and twentjr-Are of
the aet to wlilchthls is in addition is hereby re
A m u t . TUaontavfaatlon ahaU te calledTnk iflsr
CoinnonoaTTBii«*sH»Uiaox.aiiziUaiytothe Ma I Approved, May Win, low.
JoMaTempeiaivpeSbcMyaadahall be eompoaed of I
•ndi peiaone as shall contribnte not less than one f
doUarMwrnliytoitofluAs and ahaU hare signed the „
Th?irabw£!?&Assodattoni»lodge An Act rela»ngtofevin|; Banks and Saving So
tMMBdves to abstain w M y from thenseo^tn-
UMdsaflngllinoreas B beverage.
AmemuS. Tbeobject ofthe Unkmehall be to pro-g
S S s S S ^ I i ^ S g g s S S S - -
Aynma^ oOeers of (heSociety ahallbe
PreaMBnt, eight ^ce Preddents, aBecretaiy foreo
Be it enaeted by the Senate and Home ofRepre-
■entatives in Geneml Assembly convened:
Sbc 1 The saving banks of this State are here*
months at any one time. . . .
That all loans mad« by any »H n g s^ r t
sn bM ^ it to the ftrst d.y of January, A D., 18W,
an Bueentire Committee, to be made np of the 6or-1 niton which'intere 4 has been ts^ n in advance, for
be legal a i^ ^ M - .
Approved, May 29th, 188B*
and of tfz other members.
8w The eight Tice Presidents ahall be |
ehoasB lN * the vniloBS cennttea of the Slate, one be.
nraMBCtedlhimeadiooanty. The Sncntfve Cmn.
dntee ahall be auideu of persons living withta eon
ysMlgnt distance of ttereddenceor theCorrnqpond
i ! S ^ ^ !M to 5 3 r a S U * 5 iS S iS ± 2 S s |.. an Suentive Cosimitto9> who ahall oraaent a I Be it enacted by the S^n*te ami Hrase of Repre*
written t q ^ ^ o T O ^ doings atcadiannnal meeting I aentatlves in General Ainembly onnvened:
Mi:ilmli be eiapaswHid to E l teavdnrQyany va. I See. 1. In all eriminal trials for offenoes pbnisha-aifdea
o gw In ^.BoajPdrfOflcers. (hie «y death, the judge holding the court before
Iwhidithe trisi ia to be had, sbaU eaU to his asrts-
«hu«hen aadommgatlims ol « f the Sarease Court of Errors or the semoi jud
iimch the Bible I of^iie Superior Court ahall prerid upon said tri
. JwileBtoi*aal*a-|eiid have » easting vote upon all qneitlons to be
Uoaa austain to the ChjavAes^vpifonadeaomlna I dee'ded bv the ennrt.
^ Sbc. 2. Thisaclsball takeeffeetupon the rising
I of the General Aas^mbly and to much of tte twen -
ttal eountenance of ail the rdigious denomliiatlana In I ■y>”* g ^ ^Ppof **'?*'”* *o^urts,”
.lie State and ^pnl^^advpeaqy of their mlnlatiy, I as is ineonsisfent herewith I« hereby repealed.
. B ahUl be the 4atv ofthe‘ B“E ecntlve Appror^dt Miy 29dif
■ nuwMttBf to encourage the fotmatlon of local aujdll*
uiea Ineveiy piirt
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