The Compiled Charter and Revised Ordinances of the City of Hartford: Including All Amendments to the Charter and All Ordinances in Force October 1, 1907 : with an Appendix Containing All Ordinances Enacted from October 1, 1907, to May 1, 1908

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Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1908 - Hartford (Conn.) - 257 pages

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Page 141 - 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 199 - ... and any offense against the foregoing provision shall be a misdemeanor and be punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or by imprisonment not exceeding one year, or both, at the discretion of the court; and if the offender be an officer or employee of the United States he shall be dismissed from office or discharged from employment.
Page 51 - The state or any of its cities may acquire by gift, purchase, or condemnation lands for establishing, laying out, widening, enlarging, extending, and maintaining memorial grounds, streets, squares, parkways, boulevards, parks, playgrounds, sites for public buildings, and reservations in and about and along and leading to any or all of. the same...
Page 144 - ... any book, pamphlet, magazine, newspaper or other printed paper devoted to the publication, and principally made up of criminal news, police reports, or accounts of criminal deeds, or pictures, or stories of deeds of bloodshed, lust or crime; or who, 3.
Page 89 - ... its officers and agents and the names thereof, for the past year, and may contain other useful information, and shall suggest any further legislative action or precautions deemed proper for the better protection of life and health.
Page 43 - ... parade grounds, or the like ; and all connecting park-ways and roads or drives between parks ; and all avenues, roads, ways, drives, walks, with all trees, shrubbery, vines, flowers, and ornaments of any description ; and all birds, animals, or curiosities, or objects of interest or instruction, and all tools and implements placed in or on any of such inclosures, ways, park-ways, roads, or places ; and said included terms shall be liberally construed.
Page 5 - And that they and their successors may have a common seal, and may change and alter the same at their pleasure...
Page 109 - means every wall used, or built in order to be used, as a separation of two or more buildings. " External Wall " means every outer wall or vertical enclosure of a building other than a party wall.
Page 108 - ... that such member is permanently disabled, physically or mentally, so as to be unfit for duty...
Page 131 - ... firmly secured to the floor. No seat in the auditorium shall have more than six seats intervening between it and an aisle, on either side.

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