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OF THE INSANE.

CHAPTER 134.

OF THE INSANE.

AN ACT making an Appropriation to the Delaware State Hospital

at Farnhurst.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Special appro-
priation to
Delaware State
Hospital
Board

Section 1. That the sum of One Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty-five Dollars is hereby appropriated to the Board of Trustees of the Delaware State Hospital at Farnhurst for the purposes enumerated below, namely –

For the purpose of constructing cement walks the sum of Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars.

For the purpose of installing spray baths in Ward A Four Hundred and Seventy-five Dollars.

For the purpose of procuring a new engine for the laundry Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars.

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF THE INSANE.

CHAPTER 135.

OF THE INSANE.

AN ACT Making an Appropriation for the Expenses of the State

Board of Trustees of the Delaware State Hospital at Farnhurst for the Fiscal Year ending on Monday immediately Preceding the Second Tuesday of January in the Year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That the sum of Seventy Two Thousand Appropriation and Five Hundred Dollars, ($72,500), is hereby appro- State Hospital priated and authorized to be paid out of the treasury of for fiscal year this State to the State Board of Trustees of the Dela-1914 ware State Hospital at Farnhurst as an appropriaiton for the use and support of the Delaware State Hospital at Farnhurst for the fiscal year ending on Monday immediately preceding the second Tuesday of January in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen.

Approved February 19, A. D. 1913.

TITLE EIGHTH.

Of the General Police.

CHAPTER 136.

GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING THE POLICE.

AN ACT to Amend an Act entitled “An Act Defining Motor Vehicles

and Providing for the Registration of the same and Uniform Rules regulating the use and speed thereof", the same being Chapter 120, Volume 25, Laws of Delaware.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 2,
Chap. 120,
Vol. 25 re-
pealed

Section 1. That Section 2, Chapter 120, Volume 25, Laws of Delaware be and the same hereby is repealed and stricken out and another section, to be known as Section 2, be and the same is inserted in lieu thereof, as follows:

New Section 2 created

nually for regstration

Section 2. Every resident of this State who is the owner of a motor vehicle, and every non-resident except

as hereinafter provided, shall annually apply to the SecTo apply and retary of State for the registration of the said motor ve

hicle. The application shall contain the name, place of Application residence and correct post office address of the owner,

with a brief description of the motor vehicle, stating the name of the maker, manufacturer's number and character of the motive power and rated horse power. The said application shall be made upon a blank provided for

shall contain names, ad dress and description of motor

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GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING THE POLICE.

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certificate

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the purpose by the Secretary of State. It shall be signed by the owner and shall be verified by oath or affirmation. Upon receipt of the application and a fee of Fee for registhree dollars for a motor cycle and a fee of five dollars for any other motor vehicle, the Secretary of State shall register the said motor vehicle in a book to be kept for that purpose and shall issue to the owner a registration Registration certificate and the Secretary of State at the expense of the State shall provide two number tags for each motor Number tags vehicle, excepting motor cycles, containing the registration number, the figures of which shall not be less than Except motor four inches in height and the abbreviated name of the State and the year. The Secretary of State at the ex- Figures on tags pense of the State shall provide one number tag of flexible metal for motor cycles, containing the registration number, the figures of which shall not be less than one Special tags for and three-eighths of an inch in height, and the abbreviated name of the State and the year: the figures to run length-wise (one above the other) of the number tag, which shall not be shorter than seven inches in height and two and one-quarter inches in width, the same to be attached to the rear mud guard of the motor cycle. Provided, however, that non-residents of this State shall be Exemption of entitled to the same exemptions from the provisions of this Act as are granted to the citizens of this State by the laws of the State in which said non-residents reside. The fees provided for by this Act shall include all the fees due the Secretary of State upon any license or cer- Anilleled tificate provided for by this Act.

motor cycles

non-residents

Approved March 19, A. D. 1913.

GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING THE POLICE.

CHAPTER 137.

GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING THE POLICE.

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act defining Motor Vehicles

and Providing for the Registration of the same and Uniform Rules Regulating the Use and Speed thereof," being Chapter 120, Volume 25, Laws of Delaware.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

Sec. 4, Chap. 120, Vol. 25 amended

Fee

Section 1. That Chapter 120, Volume 25, Laws of Delaware, be and the same is hereby amended by adding to Section 4 of said Act the following to wit: Any person

may make application to the Secretary of State as hereFamily License in provided for a “Family License”, and upon receipt for operators

of the application and a fee of Eight Dollars ($8.00), the Secretary of State shall issue to such applicant a “Family License” which shall entitle any member of his or her

immediate family, who is over the age of sixteen years family and who is otherwise qualified, to operate such appli

cant's motor vehicle, provided however, that no such

“Family License" shall be issued until an affidavit has Separate

been filed with the Secretary of State from each member of the immediate family”, who shall come within the provisions of this Act, that he or she is qualified to operate such applicant's motor vehicle.

To be issued to immediate

affidavits

Approved March 14, A. D. 1913.

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