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counties of Mineral and Tucker of the seventeenth circuit, and the county of Hampshire of the eighteenth circuit there shall be at least four terms in each year, and the terms of the several courts aforesaid shall commence and be held as follows:

Second Circuit.

Sec. 2. For the county of Wetzel on the second Tuesday in January, the first Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in September.

For the county of Tyler on the fourth Tuesday in February, the third Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in November.

For the county of Doddridge on the third Tuesday in March, the second Tuesday in July and the fourth Tuesday in November.

Third Circuit.

Sec. 3. For the county of Ritchie on the first Tuesday in February, the first Tuesday in June and the second Tuesday in October.

For the county of Pleasants on the first Tuesday in January, the fourth Tuesday in April and the second Tuesday in September.

For the county of Gilmer on the first Tuesday in April, the first Tuesday in July and the third Tuesday in November.

Fifth Circuit.

Sec. 3a. For the county of Roane on the first Tuesday in January, first Tuesday in April, first Tuesday in July and the first Tuesday in October.

For the county of Calhoun on the third Tuesday in January, third Tuesday in April, third Tuesday in July and third Tuesday in October

For the county of Jackson on the first Tuesday in February, first Tuesday in August and and the first Tuesday in November.

For the county of Mason on the first Tuesday in March, first Tuesday in June, first Tuesday in September and the first Tuesday in December.

Eighth Circuit.

Sec. 4. For the county of Mercer on the second Tuesday in May,

the second Tuesday in August and the fourth Tuesday in November.

For the county of McDowell on the second Tuesday in February, the second Tuesday in June and the second Tuesday in September.

For the county of Monroe on the second Tuesday in April, the second Tuesday in July and the second Tuesday in November.

Eleventh Circuit.

Sec. 5. For the county of Pocahontas on the third Tuesday in January, the first Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in October.

For the county of Greenbrier on the third Tuesday in April, the fourth Tuesday in June and the second Tuesday in November.

For the county of Fayette on the second Tuesday in February, the second Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in September.

Twelfth Circuit. Sec. 6. For the county of Upshur on the second Monday in January, the first Monday in May and the third Monday in September.

For the county of Nicholas on the fourth Tuesday in January, the fourth Tuesday in May and the second Tuesday in October.

For the county of Webster on the second Tuesday in February, the third Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in November.

For the county of Braxton on the fourth Monday in February, the second Monday in July and the fourth Monday in November.

Thirteenth Circuit. Sec. 7. For the county of Lewis on the first Monday in March, the first Monday in July and the first Monday in November.

For the county of Harrison on the first Monday in January, the first Monday in May and the first Monday in September.

Fourteenth Circuit. Sec. 8. For the county of Monongalia on the first Thursday after the first Monday in February, the first day of May and the first Thursday after the first Monday in October.

For the county of Marion on the second Monday in March, the first day of June, unless said first day of June be Friday, Saturday or Sunday, in which event then on the following Monday, and on the second Monday in November.

Fifteenth Circuit.

Sec. 9. For the county of Barbour on the first Tuesday in January, the second Tuesday in April and the fourth Tuesday in September.

For the county of Taylor, on the fourth Tuesday in January, the fourth Tuesday in April and the third Tuesday in October.

For the county of Randolph on the third Tuesday in February, the second Tuesday in May and the second Tuesday in November.

For the county of Preston on the third Tuesday in March, the second Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in December.

Sixteenth Circuit.

Sec. 10. For the county of Grant on the first Tuesday in April, the second Tuesday in July and the third Tuesday in November.

For the county of Mineral on the third Tuesday in January, the third Tuesday in April, the fourth Tuesday in July and the third Tuesday in October.

For the county of Tucker on the first Tuesday in March, the first Tuesday in June, the third Tuesday in September and the third Tuesday in December.

Seventeenth Circuit Sec. 11. For the county of Hampshire on the first Tuesday in January, the first Tuesday in March, the first Tuesday in July, and the third Tuesday in September.

For the county of Hardy on the third Tuesday in February, the third Tuesday in June and the third Tuesday in October.

For the county of Pendleton on the third Monday in March, the fourth Monday in July and the first Monday in December.

Eighteenth Circuit. Sec. 12. For the county of Morgan on the first Tuesday in January, the first Tuesday in April and the first Tuesday in September.

For the county of Berkeley on the second Tuesday in January, the third Tuesday in April and the second Tuesday in September.

For the county of Jefferson on the second Tuesday in February, the third Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in October.

Sec. 13. In so far as section three of chapter twenty of the acts of the legislature of nineteen hundred and three, and all other acts are inconsistent herewith the same are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 33.

(Senate Bill No. 126.)

AN ACT to prohibit the issuance of non-participating policies by

certain life insurance companies.

(Passed February 22, 1907. In effect ninety days from passage. Approved by the

Governor, February 27, 1907.)

SEC.

SEC. 1.

Life insurance companies to issue

no policies, except annuities;
after when; not to apply to

2.

certain policies. Inconsistent acts repealed. .

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

Sec. 1. On and after the first day of January, one thousand nine hundred and eight, no domestic life insurance company and no domestic stock life insurance company, hereafter issuing or professing to issue any participating policies, shall issue any policies, except annuities, which do not by their terms give to the holders thereof full right to participate in the accumulations of said company, as provided by law.

This act shall not apply to paid up or temporary and pure endowment insurance issued or granted in exchange for lapsed or surrendered policies.

Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 34.

(Senate Bill No. 127.)

AN ACT regulating disbursements by life insurance companies.

(Passed February 22, 1907. In effect ninety days from passage.

Governor, February 27, 1907.)

Approved by the

SEC.
1.

SEC.
2.

Inconsistent acts repealed.

Disbursements; what vouchers to

contain ; course in case youchers
can not be obtained.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

Sec. 1. No domestic life insurance company shall make any disbursement of one hundred dollars or more unless the same be evidenced by a voucher signed by or on behalf of the person, firm, or corporation receiving the money and correctly describing the consideration for the payment; if the expenditure be for both services and disbursements the voucher shall set forth the services rendered and an itemized statement of the disbursements made; if the expenditure be in connection with any matter pending before any legislative or public body, or before any department or officer of any istate government, the voucher shall correctly describe, in addition, the nature of the matter and of the interest of such company therein; when such voucher cannot be obtained the expenditure shall be evidenced by an affidavit describing the character and object of the expenditure and stating the reason for not obtaining such voucher.

Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 35.

(House Bill No. 122.)

AN ACT prohibiting the drinking of intoxicating liquors aboard

engines and cars propelled by steam or electricity.

(Passed February 11, 1907. In effect ninety days from passage.

Governor February 20, 1907.]

Approved by the

SEC. 1.

SEC.
2.

Unlawful to drink whiskey, etc.,

Penalty for violation ; justices to aboard cars, engines, etc., ex

have jurisdiction to try. cept, etc. Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to drink whiskey, beer, ale or any other intoxicating beverages while aboard any engine or car or train of cars in this state, propelled by steam or electricity, except it be in a diner, cafe or other car with buffet or cafe attachment, coach or car licensed to sell same.

Sec. 2. Any one offending against the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall

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