Biennial Report of the Highway Commissioner to the Governor

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State of Connecticut, Highway Commissioner's Office, 1905 - Roads
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Page 68 - He may appoint such number of deputy tree wardens as he deems expedient, and may at any time remove them from office. He and his deputies shall receive such compensation for their services as the town may determine, and, in default of such determination, as the selectmen may prescribe. He shall have the care and control of all public shade trees in...
Page 60 - Greenwich, not being in the possession or under the protection of any civilized power, shall be fined not more than fifty dollars, or imprisoned not more than three months, or both.
Page 79 - Any such person so operating a motor vehicle shall at the intersection of public highways, keep to the right of the intersection of the centers of such highways when turning to the right and pass to the right of such intersection when turning to the left.
Page 67 - ... so much of the width of said part of said street or highway as is included within its tracks and a space of two feet on the outer side of the outer rails thereof...
Page 117 - That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in full compensation for the service of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth...
Page 59 - Every person who shall wilfully injure any statue, monument, chair, or other seat, or any lamp or lamppost, constructed or being in any highway, public space, or park; or any railing or fence erected for public use, or inclosing any such space or park ; or any walk or crossing for foot passengers ; or any sewer, curbing, or paved gutter, shall be fined not less than ten, nor more than fifty dollars, or imprisoned not less than seven, nor more than thirty days, or both.
Page 68 - ... object of charity or philanthropy and conforms to reasonable standards of efficiency and integrity, and, if he shall so find, shall approve the same and issue to the authority in charge a certificate to that effect.
Page 68 - ... written approval lodged in the office of the town clerk of the town in which the proposed highway is situated. No judge shall approve any such layout unless he finds that public convenience and necessity require such highway to be within such distance, and upon such approval the judge may require any town opening a highway to the public within such distance to erect and maintain such a fence between such highway and the railroad track as in his opinion the safety of the public may require.
Page 75 - Any person or corporation owning poles or posts used for the transmission of electricity, who fails to comply with the provisions of section one of this act, shall be punished by...

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